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Title: 『閑邪存誠』の一考察 付校註 : 幕末期仏僧の中国語医学書批判
Other Titles: A Study of the Xian xie cun cheng including it's Annotation : A criticism for B. Hobson's Chinese medical book by a Buddhist priest in the late Edo period
Authors: 吉田, 寅
Issue Date: 20-Mar-1989
Publisher: 立正大学文学部
Abstract: Xian xie cun cheng (『閑邪存誠』) is a book by Ling You (霊遊), a Buddhist priest in the late Edo period. This book aims to attack those Chinees books written by Protestant missionaries who engaged in their work in China, especially it does Dr. B. Hobson's book Quan ti xin lun (『全体新論』). Hobson came to China in 1839 as a medical missionary of London Missionary Society. During his stay in China, he wrote four kinds of medical books in Chinese expecting the diffusion of medical knowledge through Chinese youth. Quan ti xin lun is one of them. In writing this book, he preached to have faith in God, as he taught the medical matters, which was his chief mission, to the Chinese youth. So Ling You afraid that the diffusion of Quan ti xin lun might lead to the spreading Christianity in Japan. This is the reason he wrote the book, Xian xie cun cheng. By making investigation into this book, we can recognize a phase of the ideological conflict between Buddhism and Christianity in this period.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11266/2454
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